The park’s popular World of Color show received a holiday overhaul, World of Color: Winter Dreams, that premiered to the press last night and officially debuts to the public tonight, November 15. It uses the same water projection technology as the regular World of Color, but, other than that, is an entirely new presentation. It features animation old and new and some pretty hefty footage from the Disney Animation film we all can’t wait to see.
The program is hosted by Olaf the snowman, who guides us through various winter traditions, celebrations, and favorite moments, from Bambi skating on the ice to the Toy Story crew creating their own version of The Nutcracker.
But arguably the true beef of the show, especially before Frozen releases in theaters, is the exclusivity the show has of the film’s scenes and music. We obviously get a good dose of Olaf with him being master of ceremonies (and also with a clip from his song “In Summer,” which debuted online earlier this week). Additionally, though, we get a huge clip of Elsa’s song, “Let It Go,” that immediately tells everyone watching that this film is something special. Check it out in the video from Inside the Magic: